IL Appellate Court Determines Extent of Immunity For Associations & Managers Under IL Illinois Snow and Ice Removal Act

On December 1, 2016, the Illinois Supreme Court held that the Illinois Snow and Ice Removal Act (the “Act”), which provides immunity and limits liability for negligent removal of naturally accumulated snow and ice, does not apply to limit liability for negligently creating an unnatural condition that causes ice to accumulate.   Read the article……………


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